Lives of the fellows

Francis Hopkins Ramadge

b.1793 d.8 June 1867
MD Oxon(1821) FRCP(1822)

Francis Hopkins Ramadge, M.D., was born in Dublin and educated at Trinity college, in that city, where he graduated bachelor of medicine. He was incorporated on that degree at Oxford, as a member of Magdalen hall, 4th May, 1820, and proceeded M.D. 27th June, 1821. Dr. Ramadge was admitted an Inceptor-Candidate of the College of Physicians, 26th June, 1820; a Candidate, 1st October, 1821; and a Fellow, 30th September, 1822. He was Censor in 1825. Dr. Ramadge was for many years physician to the Infirmary for Asthma, Consumption, and other diseases of the Chest.

He died 8th June, 1867, aged seventy-four, and was the author of—
A Treatise on Asthma. 8vo. Lond.
A Treatise on the Cure of Consumption. 8vo. Lond.
A Treatise on Diseases of the Heart.
Dr. Ramadge was also the author of a translation, with copious annotations, and notes from his own lectures, of Laennec’s Treatise on Mediate Auscultation. 8vo. Lond. 1846. The volume was seen through the press by Theophilus Herbert, M.D., but it is known to have been essentially the work of Dr. Ramadge.

William Munk

(Volume III, page 263)

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